Coping with burnout
How to combat the understandable effects of a relentless news cycle during the pandemic.
How editors can support writers with mental health conditions
It’s important for editors to allow for long-term adjustments that might wax and wane as a writer’s health fluctuates.
Safely reporting from protests and other tense events
These are stressful times. Being out in the world as a journalist carries an element of risk. But a world without engaged journalists watching over it is risky, too. Our aim is to identify as many risks as we can and take steps to reduce them, prepare for them, and neutralize them if they do arise.
Managing online harassment: What to know to ensure your digital and psychological safety
This session provides reporters, editors, managers and other news staff with practical digital security steps and psychological precautions to take before, during, and after online harassment and attacks.
Q&A for journalists on personal safety and legal rights at protests
Advice from front-line journalists, lawyers, and behind-the-scenes personal safety experts on how to cover unrest while maintaining your Constitutional rights and your personal safety.
A discussion of trauma and peer support
In this webinar, Bruce Shapiro of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma delves into trauma and peer support.
Trauma: Additional resources from the Dart Center
For more on self-care, self-assessment, limiting exposure to trauma, speaking to traumatized sources and more, the Dart Center has extensive resources available.
Trauma: Dealing with online harassment
These workshops share some of the foundational learnings around how we absorb and process trauma, as well as practical tips for self-care and how to deal with online harassment.
Resources for coping with trauma
If you believe you might be feeling the effects of trauma, Gannett’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers resources.